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Converting pictures quality question..

Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt' started by john.pratt1321, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. john.pratt1321
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    I have two micro SD cards, and am wanting to transfer the pictures from one card to another. How do I do this without losing picture size/ resolution? I've tried sending them to myself, and they never look as good. I would just use the adapter and plug the card into my computer, but I lost it. Can anyone help me? Thanks
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    You could use the usb cable to mount the phone as a disk drive with the card you want to work with in it and transfer them to your computer then swap the cards out an copy them on the other one.